The littoral British retreat that is Brighton may be better renowned for saccharine tat and chish and fips still swimming in gristle and grime than it may be for musics and the manic frenzy their festivals so often entail, although the city becomes a bloody hive of hype for the one weekend of the year. That is this, and this is the 2013 edition of The Great Escape . So let the buzz begin! Away from the unrelenting bustle of the capital – a restive kind of agitation capable of bludgeoning even the irrepressibly ebullient [...]
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Girls Names from Belfast will be appearing at the Great Escape on Thursday, gracing the Fly's stage at Coalition. Don't miss them! The band have a new video for 'Hypnotic Regression', from their current album 'The New Life' out now. It's sonically so perfect, you'll just have to listen to below to understand what I mean. If you recall, I caught three of their band for a chat at this year's SXSW ( listen here ) and their first appearance in Austin was at the NI@SXSW showcase on the [...]
Castlepalooza is the last music festival to reveal its lineup I think. It's held in Charleville Castle, Tullamore, Co Offaly, on the August bank holiday weekend, August 2-4. That's the same weekend as Oxegen and Cork's Indiependence so it'll be a battle between the three for punters. This is the [Read more]
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Girls Names share new video for "Hypnotic Regression" from The New Life. The Belfast-based post-punk group Girls Names have released a new video for "Hypnotic Regression". The song is taken from the band's...
Hypnotic Regression is taken from Girls Names ' second album, The New Life , out now on Slumberland Records!
In a week's time, I will have traveled thousands of miles to ... Read the full article at http://www.prefixmag.com/featu res/music-festival/preview-the -great-escape-2013/73619/
Hace un par de mess Girls Names lanzó su " The New Life ", y aunque pensaba que estaría dando mucho de qué hablar, la realidad es que con el paso de los días su luz se ha ido apagando poco a poco, pero por fortuna estos chicos ya han dado a conocer el vídeo para " Hypnotic Regression ", y con ello espero que Girls Names vuelva a apoderarse de los titulares o al menos, que esta producción llegue a más oídos. Nick Thompson dirige. Girls Names: Myspace [...]
Northern Ireland's Girls Names have premiered the music video for their single, "Hypnotic Regression", over at dazeddigital.com . ... Read the full article at http://www.prefixmag.com/media /girls-names/hypnotic-regressi on-video/73590/
I picked up a new toy a few hours before my show. My bike had been in the shop for a few days with a broken spoke and to get a new chain and cassette (the latter of which was a special order item), and I decided to try out a 2012 model Trek. Ended up using my old bike as a trade in and coming home with the new ride pictured above. With this kind of reckless spending, I needed a garage/psychedelic rock kind of night. Here's my playlist for [...]
Displaying their own distinct slant on Slumberland Records’ well-established dream and jangle pop aesthetic, Girls Names are sitting quite comfortably alongside a host of like-minded artists who find the pop intricacies of ringing melodies and shimmering guitars irresistible. On their sophomore album The New Life, the band combines the delicate harmonies and gossamer sheen of Cathal Cully's vocals with the chiming rhythms and hook-laden melodies of guitarist Philip Quinn, and surprisingly intense rhythm section of bassist Claire Miskimmin and drummer Neil Brogan. Recently, the band took time from their busy schedule to talk with Beats Per Minute about some of [...]
Written by Melissa Grace Klose Girls Names, a four-piece band group from Belfast, Ireland, definitely fits in with the rest of the lo-fi artists out there. The New Life incorporates noise pop to the increasingly popular a surf-rock appeal. It ... Continued
It is time for the second volume of the Best Downloadables of 2013 . You can stream (and scrobble ) all the songs in this mix using the ex.fm player at the bottom of the page OR you can download any or all of the tracks at your leisure (with the usual right-click or control-click) and play them using a digital media player of your choice. Listen. Downloadables: The Myth (mp3) by Trabajo Better [...]
En una nueva edición de Super 45, Boris Orellana y Claudio Ruiz presentaron lo más reciente Intimate Stangers ( Above ), Girls Names (The New line) y The Ocean Blue con un recuerdo de hace 22 años (Cerulean ) y su mas reciente edición ( Ultramarine ). MP3: Super 45 Podcast #741 (jueves 4 de abril, 2013) | Suscríbete al Podcast de Super45 | Suscríbete al Podcast de Super45 en iTunes Articulos relacionados: Podcast: Super 45 # 548 [...]
So after spending a full week in Austin for SXSW 2013 , I thought it would be nice to do a summary post to reflect on the experience the second time around... My SXSW by the numbers: I saw 41 different bands/acts in total, some multiple times. The bands I saw the most were the Crookes and Kodaline , both 3 times. I managed an average of 5 hours of sleep per night. Not [...]
Jueves 04.04.2013 Radio Zero 97.7 22:00 hrs. En una nueva edición de Super 45, vamos a escuchar lo más reciente de Intimate Stangers ( Above ), Girls Names (The New line) y The Ocean Blue con un recuerdo de hace 22 años (Cerulean ) y su mas reciente edición ( Ultramarine ). No hay relacionados.
The Indiecision Five at 5 is our attempt at sharing our musical tastes with you, and showcasing music from around the world. Each weekday at 5pm sharp, one NH7 writer or staffer will bring you five songs he/she is listening to on the day. Today’s Five at 5 is brought to you by Ritwik Deshpande. 1. Heterotic - 'Blue Lights' (feat. Gravenhurst) Mike Paradinas (producing as µ-ziq) always stood out from the IDM pantheon by introducing melodic flourishes to the chaotic, floor-shifting beats characteristic of the genre. He's now producing music [...]
Friday afternoon I spent hanging around on Sixth Street, which is probably the best advice I could give anyone attending SXSW for the first time. Four days in and you're tired. You're rough from all the alcohol you've been drinking, and most likely, your body is screaming because it hasn't gotten enough sleep. This year I made a pledge to myself to sleep as much as possible, which worked mostly, except I missed out on the Irish breakfast at Irish pub B.D. Riley's. I had it last year and it [...]
Here’s our top ten favorite albums from the first quarter of 2013 featuring My Bloody Valentine, Veronica Falls, Burial, Brothers in Law, Girls Names, Autechre, Iceage, Wire, Broadcast, and KEN Mode .